Classic Boston architecture doesn’t get any more traditional than the South End neighborhood, including our own 1860’s brownstone bed and breakfast. While staying here at our inn, channel your inner old school Bostonian and venture out for a great lobster meal! There are many great pubs, bistros and fine dining restaurants serving up delicious crustaceans. One of our favorite spots is Anthony’s Pier 4.
|Baked Stuffed Lobster a la Hawthorne|
Anthony’s Pier 4 will be celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. After a few short years, following its opening in 1963, Anthony’s became an instant hit in Boston and around the world. The seafood staple became the highest grossing restaurant in America and still remains one of the country’s most famous eateries. Presidents, heads of state, religious leaders and countless celebrities have all dined on dilectable dishes. The menu at Anthony’s features seven different lobster dishes including lobster bisque, baked stuffed lobster a la Hawthorne and the infamous Anthony’s Pier 4 Clambake Special. This dish comes with it all: lobster, shrimp, clams and mussels all swimming is a dreamy butter and clam broth sauce. What could be better? To add to the delcious flavors and timeless atmosphere, Anthony’s remains a local favorite because of the inspiration it gives to many people trying to accomplish the American Dream. Anthony Athanas imigrated to America at the young age of five with his parents from Albania in 1915. He worked his way through restaurants, hotels and every place in between gathering knowlege and skills that transformed him into a restaurant deity. A trip to Boston would not be complete without a trip to this landmark restaurant.
After gorging yourself on lobster and other tasty seafood specialties, take a stroll in Boston’s South End and walk it off! Cute boutiques, unique specialty shops and small galleries are perfect for window shopping. End your evening with a relaxing soak in our luxury suite’s two person tub or atop our roof in the hot tub!